EU Extends Sanctions Over Russia’s Illegal Annexation of Crimea & City of Sevastopol by 1 Year

As on 20th June 2022, The Council decided to renew sanctions introduced in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation for a further year until 23 June 2022. The restrictive measures currently in place target EU imports of products originating in Crimea or Sevastopol, and infrastructural or financial investments and […]

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The United States and G7 to Take Further Action to Support Ukraine and Hold the Russian Federation Accountable

In Germany as on 27th June, President Biden met with G7 leaders and President Zelenskyy to continue delivering on our unwavering, unified commitment to support Ukraine and build on our unprecedented sanctions to hold President Putin accountable.  The G7 will issue a statement of support for Ukraine, which will include significant new sanctions commitments to further intensify […]

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EU leaders agree on the sixth package of sanctions against Russia

30 May - Meeting at the special European Council, EU leaders agreed on the sixth package of sanctions that will include a ban on almost 90% of all Russian oil imports by the end of the year. President von der Leyen called it an important step forward. The leaders also reiterated EU’s unwavering support to […]

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Switzerland: Further EU sanctions against Russia implemented

In view of Russia’s ongoing military aggression in Ukraine, the Federal Council enacted further sanctions against Russia and Belarus on 27 April. This implements the Federal Council's decision of 13 April to adopt the EU's latest package of sanctions. The measures come into force at 6pm on 27 April 2022.

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European Parliament announces sanctions against Belarus

A package of sanctions against Belarus hitting their most important sectors and individuals supporting the Russian war effort.

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European Parliament announces the sixth package of sanctions against Russia

Speaking at the European Parliament plenary session, President of the Commission Ursula von der Leyen announced the sixth package of EU sanctions against Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine. She proposed a gradual ban on the import of all Russian oil. The package also includes measures against Russia’s military officers, three major banks and certain TV channels.

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